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the entire school. i don't believe there should be any real jail time. and they should be allowed to graduate. >> adam says vandalism is a crime no matter why you do it. if nothing else it's about respecting things that belong to others. >> thank tomb who responded. have a great weekend. "fox & friends" starts right now. bye. good morning, it's friday, may 2nd, 2014. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. this guy was inside the situation room while terrorists were killing americans in benghazi. but just don't ask him for any of those details. >> maybe, i don't really remember. >> you don't remember? >> dude, this is like two years ago. >> dude, you really the spokesperson? that interview will have you falling off your couch this morning. hold on to your latte. >> luckily we're velcroed to this couch. when jay carney can't answer questions on benghazi he goes to the old stand by. blame fox.
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>> we don't know. we're investigating it. >> do you have a copy of the cia -- >> read them all you want. much to your disappointment and your boss's disappointment turned out to be produced by the cia. >> ed henry with more on what happened behind-the-scenes at the white house. >> wow. did you park your car in the street last night? imagine waking up to this. >> it is real life. brand new video terrifying moments the earth opened up. ladies and gentlemen, it is friday, and mornings are better with friends. >> it's time for "fox & friends." tgif thank goodness it's fox and tgib, thank goodness elisabeth is back. >> it's great to be back.
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>> she was out at the big cable show on the west coast. >> we were in clipper town. we were in los angeles. right after the decision was made there were jerseys every where. great to be back with you guys. had a great time. >> the thing is if you turned away from the tv you miss ad lot. i can't believe the explosive details we're finding out about benghazi. the networks are now understanding there's a lot of there there. i was stunned to see vitter pop up and sit down. >> he was the national security spokesman for the white house. he was also the guy who was in the situation room the night of the benghazi attack. and, you know, over the last 20 months we've wanted to know -- you know the famous susan rice talking points, who changed those. we heard from mike morell, cia didn't say anything about the video, that was apparently pushed it looks by all intents
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and purposes by the white house. as it turns out bret baier had tommy vietor in the chair last night. he wanted to know who changed the talking points. who soft pedalled the language to make the president look better. you know what? turns out tommy vitor may have been the man. >> did you also change the text to demonstrations in the talking points? >> maybe. i don't really remember. >> you don't snsh >> dude, this is like two years ago. >> dude, it's the thing that everybody is talking about. >> we're talking about processing editing talking points. that's what bureaucrats do all day long. >> he actually does understand that when you change talking points after an ambassador is killed, three other people are dead in a major military operation led by the united states then that's huge and by the way this is a communications expert. this is a man that is supposed to understand the story more than the guy or woman
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interviewing them and for him to come back and dismissively use the word "dude" in a sentence. >> that's the most disturbing sound and i think because if you examine the tone by which vietor, tommy vietor responded -- and credit to bret baier for putting him in his place where he understands the significance why these questions are being asked. four americans savagely taken. they were killed including our ambassador. those questions should have answers. 20 months is a long time for those families to go without answers and a lifetime to go without their loved ones. this is why it matters. i feel after listening to that interview what difference does it make, or dude, it's been two years get over it. right, paraphrase is a tone that's unacceptable. >> this is how this white house operated. this is the tone they had when people ask the hard questions they try to -- they use word
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salad or try to get you on something else. >> or blame fox. >> first they blamed bush then fox. tommy vietor revealed he was in the situation room the night of the benghazi attacks but the president never showed up to the situation room. remember back during the 2008 campaign it was all about, there's trouble in the world, who will pick up the phone. as it turns out the president of the united states was not in the situation room to pick up the phone that night. tommy vietor said he was somewhere in the white house. very unspecific. >> how you do not remember the president of the united states become with you during a time of crisis or not. how do you let that slip from your mind when you know you'll be asked about it. >> on top of that. three steps back. why did it take a court order to get these, to get this memo out? why when you were asked over and over again and required to make this public did you not?
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now, jay carney goes no big deal it was barely about benghazi which you can't be serious and expect us to digest that. this guy comes out yeah if we can do it again we all wanted this memo out earlier. jay carney didn't get that memo. >> the memo was changed as this document reveals from an attack to a demonstration inspired some sort of activity going on. so the language definitely changed. tommy vietor can't recall. when you see his tweet. when he knew he was going to be on this show did he prepare to forget. look. guessing bret baier invited me to come on special report to talk benghazi as a tbt thing since it happened in 2012 but tune in. did you just hash tag he wants to talk about four americans being killed and still no answer 20 months. it's less than two years.
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>> they are trying to say that it's so long ago that something only fox covers and the republicans up on the hill. we have all moved on. remember it was hillary clinton who the statute of whatever had run out after four months. four months after benghazi where she said what difference does it make. tommy vietor said it's a throw back thursday 20 months later. jay carney yesterday was a human pinata for day two and, brian, you're right. good the mainstream media are picking up on it. they asked a lot of questions. interestingly enough, as it turns out last night, we had good coverage here on fox. last night nbc and cbs not a word. last night on abc they had 46 seconds even though there was such compelling testimony there was a guy, air force brigadier general robert lovell the deputy director at africom, he was on the hot seat up on capitol hill
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yesterday and he made it very clear, we didn't even try to rescue those guys. watch. >> do you feel like the united states was doing everything it could do to protect the people and its facilities abroad? >> no, sir. four individuals died. sir, obviously, we did not respond in time to get there. >> could we have? >> we may have been able to but we'll never know. we didn't try. >> that was very compelling. congressman was on with us. i read his pre-interview. this will be explosive. he came out and did every military person we had a chance to talk to said you never leave a man behind, you do everything you can, even if that man is dead in battle, you do everything to get that body out. how does it make sense to have a fight to go on for eight hours and not even try. but many elm were shocked when the general said he's an
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unreliable witness and criticized his assertions that troops didn't respond to that attack. martin dempsey said something similar. but logic tells you that you would think that there would be some type of mission to get people out. however, he said he was waiting for an order from the state department. since when does the state department order aircraft. >> that's what key they had to wait. so there was no order that gave them the go ahead to get in there and do what they could do whatever they could do. >> we didn't move. >> the frustration is nothing happened. a lot is happening in the news. for that we turn to heather who is now in her place with headlines. >> a lot of news going on this morning. let's midwest. he wanted to kill as many people as possible. this morning we're learning more about a teenager who is accused of plotting to kill his entire family and blow up his school just like the killers in columbine but police in.
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minnesota stopped 17-year-old john ladue in his tracks thanks to a neighbor who saw them near a storage unit he was renting and thought it was suspicious. >> he shut the door. it doesn't take ten minutes to open up a storage shed. so i called it in. >> thank goodness she called police. inside police found three bombs, guns and ammunition and then they went to his house and found journals that showed he looked up to the columbine shooters. we'll keep you posted. in the meantime three executives of the veterans hospital in phoenix are on leave this morning after 40 patients allegedly died when they should have lived. the suspensions include hospital director, associate director and a third person who has not been named. the hospital is accused of keeping a secret list of patients who had been waiting for care in order to hide delays in treatment and then purgingei
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1.5 million unfinished orders. >> donald sterling is battling pros state cancer. his racist remarks may have been released by a friend of his girlfriend. the head of the chapter of the naacp just resigned. leon jenkins is his name and he came under fire for the decision to give sterling a lifetime achievement award for promoting civil rights. i'll be back here in just a little bit. looking beautiful. >> grab your hat. big weekend. get your big hat and throw on your sun best it's the race for the roses, the 140th annual kentucky derby. >> ainsley earhardt joins us live from the churchill downs. did the race start? >> reporter: the race has not
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begun. the big derby race is tomorrow. today it's all about the females. today is the philly race. it's the 140th year. everyone wears pink in honor of breast cancer awareness. the fillies run today. from thanks to handkerchiefs, everybody dressed in pink. at 1:30 is the fashion show. then after that the breast cancer survivors are allowed to walk the track and then at 5:45 the big filly race. the first prize is a million dollars. going to the race tomorrow, 10:30 the races begin and at 6:24 is the big race the kentucky derby. the number one horse is california chrome. the number two horse just dropped out of the race. we got word of that this morning. the number three race is number
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two and his name is wicked strong. we'll be here tomorrow morning covering that live and coming up in about an hour and a half we'll show you the official drink today which is the lily. we'll learn how to make that and show you the favorite foods. back to you. >> hold off on the. mint juleps until noon. >> they will sneaking up on you. then there's these bourbon balls people eat. i'll bring you back some. >> thank you. >> thanks to samuel hats for all the derby hats. >> absolutely. great cause. 13 minutes after the top of the hour. a decorated u.s. marine made a wrong turn in mix with a legal gun. now he's chained up in a jail. his mom brings her fight to free him to "fox & friends" and joins us live next. >> brand new video of moments when the earth opened up. [ screaming ]
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welcome back. another one of our nation's heroes jailed in mexico. andrew is a decorated u.s. marine who did two tours of combat. he was driving in san diego where he's being treated for ptsd when he made a wrong turn and accidentally crossed into the border in mexico. he's been thrown into jail and been fighting for his freedom. his mom joins us right now. jill, thank you for being with "fox & friends." when you got a call on april 1st, from your son andrew, what did he say? >> he said, mom, i got lost. i made a wrong turn. i need you to know i'm at the mexican border and the mexican officials have surrounded by truck. i need you to know in case anything happens to me.
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>> >> did he sound desperate and what was your reaction? >> at that point it was matter of fact. i got lost in the dark, 10:00 at night. i'm within a mile of the border. i made a wrong turn. i think both of us thought that they would just let him turn around and go back to america. yes, i was concerned. he's lost. now in mexico. >> what is his status right now? what's his emotional and physical state? >> i would describe him as being crippled physically, mentally. he's been, for the past -- he called me on sunday. i got a call on sunday and advised me then he had been chained and in restraints for 25 days. i can only imagine that would feel like to a decorated
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sergeant on the battlefield. he's chained, strapped to a cot for 25 days now. uncertain of his future and actually feeling hopeless because of the uncertainty. >> right. we're in debt to him for his service. did you think as a mom, i mean your son comes home after serving and now is facing this. he tried to escape. that's what he's trained to do. he doesn't feel safe. did you ever think you would be living through this horror when he came home? >> never. i know the marine corps trained him well and i know that when he was put in that extremely violent situation in his first couple of hours in the la mesa penitentiary his life was threatened and by the grace of god and courage he was able to escape that area and got into a safer part of the jail. when he called me the next day and said mom i escaped. i said what. he said i was able to get into a safer part of the jail and i
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feel safer. they were able to put him in a private cell at that point which gave me some peace. >> and hope too. what's your hope? we're coming upon mother's day. what's your hope for your son? >> that's my hope. my hope is i know the mexican judicial system is bogled down with cases. however it's been more than 30 days now. the evidence stands for itself that andrew did not intend to go into mexico. i would love to have him home by mother's day. >> of course. he's your son. he's our nation's son. keep us updated on all of this. thank you. >> thank you. >> you got it. up next, no english no problem you can move to the head of the line for disability benefits and president bush has a message for our veterans. [ male announcer ] v8 v-fusion plus energy.
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we got some quick friday morning headlines. illegals can qualify for in-state tuition rates for college in florida. that's one quarter of what is paid by out of state students. the bill just passed florida state senate. no english, no problem. you probably get fast tracked for disability benefits. the reason a just revealed social security policy considers a person's ability to learn english when deciding if someone is disabled. alabama republican senator jeff session says that makes it a lot easier for non-english speakers to qualify. that's the news.
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fourth annual warrior 100 k mountain bike ride kicked off yesterday. president george w. bush 43rd president of the united states and 49 veterans rode 12 miles. our own dr. mark segal was there and got an interview with president bush. >> he joins us now live from the great state of texas. good morning, doctor. >> good morning, steve, good morning guys. yesterday was day one. today is day two of the ride. 30 miles today. today really separates the metal from the road. i don't think brian can handle it. today is a real tough day. i spoke yesterday to president bush in an interview and he actually told me some things he hasn't spoken about before. he said the veterans administration is a big bureaucracy and private solutions are needed to help the vets in snifts like this one. he spoke to me about his great relationship with his vets.
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they told me it's about his leadership capabilities and his compassion. i talked about the military services initiative that the bush institute initiated right now which is focusing on post-traumatic stress and getting rid of the word disorder. >> we're helping redefine ptsd to pts. pts post-traumatic stress is an injury it's not a disorder. meaning it can be treated. why that's important because one we want to eliminate stigma, two we want to encourage employers when hiring a vet not to be put off with somebody with pts. it's called a disorder they don't want to hire somebody with a disorder. >> many say they get inspiration from you. very decisive. when they leave here how do they
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take that with them? >> selfishly i hope they are saying former president bush cares and respects our veterans. you know, we can't have every vet that rides mountain bikes here but we can have enough vets here to say to other vets, you know, there's a better way than, you know, feeling sorry for yourself. every vet here has overcome difficult circumstances and are now riding pretty difficult bike trails. the symbol is that, you know, you can succeed. >> today for the first time on this ride there's actually someone riding who has no legs and is riding with a cycle that's a hand cycle and as i said there's a focus on post-traumatic stress. it's a very, very exciting day today, magical quality that bush has with his vets. by the way i'll ask him today about his brother running for president. i'll fill you in on that tomorrow. >> excellent. very good. mark segal joining us live down suit but surely very shortly
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he'll be wearing something extremely tight, bike pants and whatnot. >> stay tuned. >> great job, great cause and the president looks fitter than he did ten, 15 years ago. >> how meaningful to have the president there. really too such connection between the troops and president bush. >> by the way, we should point out second year in a row dr. segal has been there. very nice. meanwhile coming up straight ahead on this show, when jay carney can't answer questions on benghazi he goes to the old stand by not blaming bush, blames fox. >> hey we just don't know. we're investigating it. do you want a copy of the cia talking points. much to your disappointment and your boss's disappointment turned out to be produced by the cia. >> well, there's more where that came from. ed henry discussed it last night with bill o'reilly. they were talking back and forth
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about why he feels as though there may be so much pressure on not to ask the question when it comes to benghazi. >> that's right. >> coming up. >> plus coming up they were by each other's sides. this veteran and his dog just reunited. but first -- >> happy birthday, david beckham he's 39 years old today. >> he's really let himself go.
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and a free 30-tablet trial. saudi arabia has launched a website that will accept complaints against the government and send them directly to the king. you can even submit a second complaint if you want using your remaining hand. [ laughter ] >> the royal family. >> one handed texting very tough. >> we have a very special guest talking about the latest on benghazi. it's unfolding like we have not seen it since the day of the attacks. let's go to heather who will tell us what's breaking. >> we had all that nasty weather all this week. things happening in baltimore, maryland. look at this video we got in from this massive sinkhole in baltimore. look at this. [ screaming ]
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>> oh, my gosh all those cars go right over like it's a cliff right there. a building inspector is now making people leave their homes, actually in that entire area. it's simply not safe. believe they will be out of their homes for 40 days before people are allowed to go back inside. that sinkhole opening up after 24 hours of rain in maryland. what a mess. then a dramatic sight in the gulf of mexico. a coast guard rescue swimmer dives from a helicopter to save two navy pilots. the airman had to tread water for half an hour after their plane plunged into the water. both pilots are hospitalized and are in stable condition. they served together in iraq, hunting for roadside bombs together. but when army sergeant jason boss retired two years ago he had to leave his military dog behind but now the two are back
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together. [ applause ] you see him jumping into his arms at chicago airport. >> nobody could work with this dog. i don't understand why she listens to me. maybe it's my personality. >> because he's her guy. they are heading back home to the sergeant's home in michigan. those are your headlines. let's go to elisabeth and brian. hi, guys. >> a little football. we rolled out the turf and ready to go. are you ready for some football in may? it's training day on "fox & friends." >> brian is about to be put to the test by an nfl linebacker. joining me is carolina panthers alum is here to show us how it's done. >> at 23 years old he's the best
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in the league. >> every day you have to go out and prove you're there. offseason is coming around and great time for us to work on some things. >> you and the panthers this year, you're not happy the way the year ended but a lot of hope in carolina for another playoff appearance. absolutely. we lost some guys to free agency. we got some new guys. we're excited about the year. >> everybody is talking about the draft now. >> yeah. >> you're obviously doing something right because you got it figured out. brian will put those skills to the test. can you give him some major tips. >> as you know it's all about tackling. now, i'm a soccer player. a lot of kids watching outside. the 16-year-old has to tack tell right way. no head or neck injuries. if you want to tackle me, do it just for now. how do you make impact. >> basically we're coming at an angle. you stay right here. a lot of it is getting your head
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across and up. a lot of guys come down and in. if you can come in and get your eyes up they teach you on the rise. they come in low, hit it and get your arms up and rise up. >> trying to pick somebody up. >> we'll come in. you want to get the hand down. >> oh, gees. >> hit them low. >> a little bit faster. hand me the ball. right? >> here we go. come in. >> now you carry the ball. >> your turn now. >> okay. >> hike. >> there it is. >> all right. >> you guys forgot to hug. >> here's the big thing. you can tackle the dummy, tackle me, hang out with elisabeth. can you survive the boston college quiz. cue the music loop. >> i'm nervous.
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>> we'll find out what you know. all right first question goes something like this. what is the name of the school mascot? >> you know what it is >> bald eagle. >> first one -- which b.c. quarterback threw the famous miracle miami game. a matt hasselbeck, tim hasselbe hasselbeck, doug fluty. >> doug fluty. >> boston college campus is known by what nickname? >> the heights. >> it's probably one of the most famous water holes for b.c. students, what is it? cambridge's -- >> mary ann's.
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>> mary ann's. >> what is it 3-2? 3-1. >> just in case you need intimidation i have my game face. that will scare you away. >> you have a game face. >> right here. this is me getting ready for today. >> she has the helmet and everything. this is probably maybe 1998. >> that's old school. >> you're scared. we wish you well. we thank you for being with us. >> real quickly what do you want to get across. >> old spice. they launched now product line in january. quick way for guys to wake up in the morning, get something in the air and go until the afternoon. it's a good deal. >> good game plan. designee smells nice. >> there you go. >> he smells like a man that wants to tackle. >> you know because he tackled
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you. >> what's happening inside. >> thank you very much. that was good to know. i didn't know mary ann's was a bar. my daughter said it was a library. coming up when jay carney can't answer questions on benghazi goes to the old stand by, blame fox. >> why is it not -- >> we just don't know. do you have a copy of the cia talking points. >> touch disappointment and your boss's disappointment turned out to be produced by the cia. >> wait until you hear what happens behind-the-scenes at the white house, ed henry has that coming up next. we all laughed at videos like this. boom where he runs into something. our next guest a navy s.e.a.l. says this is no laughing matter. how to get your head off your texting machine can be the difference between life and death.
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luckily officials learned of the scheme before anyone ate any of them. as you look at that that's more of what you're not aware. >> thanks for bringing that to us. >> were you watching fox news channel yesterday? we had a lot of coverage of what has been going on with the benghazi case. we told you yesterday about how jay carney doubled down, where he said yeah that benghazi talking point memo it wasn't really about benghazi and that's why we didn't include it in that request from congress which is laughable by the way. >> absolutely. yesterday we laughed at it. yesterday ed henry was able to ask him about why did they, the white house, withhold that from congress for a year. and, you know what? jay carney found that the perfect opportunity to turn it around and blame fox.
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>> why turn it over in a benghazi -- >> you have to ask the state department about their process for responding to foia requests then decide for yourself as many people have now said and written. this is a conspiracy in theory -- >> on 9-12 you were asked about benghazi whether it was premeditated. you said it's too early for us to make that judgment. it's being investigated. on 9-14 ben rhodes is writing an e-mail that this was inspired by a video. why is it not we don't know we're investigating it. >> the only thing in that e-mail that refers to benghazi is a cut and paste from the talking points which much to your disappointment and your boss's disappointment turned out to be produced by the cia. >> your boss's disappointment. >> so dismiss, distract and blame, again.
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the benghazi memo there was the emails weren't having anything to do with benghazi even though they requested all benghazi documents, they put forth this one. >> it said benghazi on it. >> it's not about benghazi so we're going to shift again and, instead of bringing more truth forward we're going to bring more blame. >> bill o'reilly started talking about the mood. we started asking these questions that it's just a fox story and what about your colleagues. this is what ed said. >> other reporters will, you know, tease me about the idea that this is a fox story and, you know, what about benghazi, that we're going to shout this at the president randomly and -- >> do they really believe that it's a fox story? >> there are many people in the press corps who believe it is a fox story. >> really? >> yes. >> it's not important that the u.s. military didn't mobilize to save a u.s. ambassador, it's not important that the obama administration misled the world and they still haven't said we
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made a mistake? >> people have to defend their own questions or lack of questions in the briefing room but i would note the last two days, john karl, major garrett of cbs news, jim acosta of cnn asking similar questions of the once you just played and jay carney went after me and fox and said you and your bosses haven't been able to prove a conspiracy theory as if i'm personally pushing this which i take offense at which i'm not. >> he's not. he's simply asking the questions. as ed pointed out a number of the other mainstream reporters in the press corps are asking the questions. unfortunately, their bosses are not putting those stories on the air. yesterday whole bunch of them asked questions. last night nbc, cbs nothing about benghazi despite the incredible testimony from the air force general yesterday. abc gave it 46 seconds. and as you look at the morning paper this morning, if you still get a paper, see if there's
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anything about benghazi on the front page, second page. is it in the paper at all. >> this is america's story. >> it is america's story. >> by a quick note and most of you watching, ask dana perino if ed henry has an agenda. he tries to get the story and to his credit knowing he's getting attacked rather than getting answers he keeps his composure. >> unfortunately, a lot of members at the white house press corps you look at the stuff, they feel bad now because they helped the president get re-elected by not asking the critical questions in the last five years. meanwhile from the smoke gun, benghazi e-mail to our secretary of state's outrageous comments about one of our biggest allies, they were some of the biggest stories of the week. how did mainstream media cover them? barely. but why? then -- >> we all laugh at videos like this. our next guest a navy s.e.a.l.
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you could be walking into a situation where there's some bad guys or bad gals that can take advantage of you. >> you need to understand when you walk out of your house, you're increased risk of running into criminal activity just went up. why put yourself into a situation where you're not picking up on these things ahead of time. i tell people if you have to use that phone or text you absolutely have to get, find a wall, put your back up against the wall, make sure you're checking your immediate surroundings. these things become common and these attacks come common at your time when you're by yourself. practicing those things help out a lot. >> you say be aware when approaching your car. why? >> first thing awareness is key. that comes into play when you are pulling out your phone. you increase that situational awareness. walking to your vehicle or just in general if you don't see it coming you can't do anything about it. by lifting your head up, a lot
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of people walk to their car with their head in their phone. now you can scan your car and yointd. there's a simple thing i do, i walk past my vehicle. how many people naturally hit the doubleclick the button to unlock all the doors. if there's somebody waiting on the other try five seconds by going on the other side of the vehicle. >> those tip are so simple. yet they can make a difference on whether or not you stay safe. don, who is one of the commentsators, thank you very much. >> all right, sir. couple minutes before the top of the hour. when our blood boils every time we hear hillary clinton's comments about this. >> the fact is, we had four dead americans. was it because of a protest or was it because of guys out for a walk one night who decided to kill some americans? what difference at this point does it make? >> we know a lot of you are bothered by that.
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>> and if you thought that was bad, just wait until you hear what nancy pelosi said about the same incident. in other news, it's one of the most memorable songs from the 1960s. ♪ how does it feel >> there was something bob dylan left out of the song about the rolling stone. we're going to reveal that and so much more because friday mornings, always better with friends. ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> wow. cheery start to our day. cheerleading squad on our plaza and they are flipping out over being here. >> fantastic. over the last week or so, we've been talking here on "fox & friends" about how new york state -- very nice will he done, ladies. how new york state was trying to figure out whether or not cheerleading is a sport. it turns out it is. to show you how athletic it is, we're calling in rocky points, new york high school, where our current executive pubah producer, lauren patterson, once upon a time was head cheerleader. >> she was? >> now she's ours. >> wasn't she starring in field hockey, too? i'd like to see footage. i would say they come here for our show. we have to call them in late to school individually. so we're going to be on the phone when not on television. so what are those kids talk
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being in high school? they're talking about maybe the big interview bret baier had on "special report" with the former -- he broke in with senator obama. he used to drive the van. then little by little, he worked his way up to one of the key communication spots in the administration, only to break off and go into his own business. he came back, was kind of a welcome home thing and he went right to bret baier to explain what happened on 9-11-2012 when it came to the talking points, susan rice's briefing. turns out he played a key role. watch. >> did you also change attacks to demonstrations in the talking points? >> maybe. i don't really remember. >> you don't remember? >> dude, this was like two years ago. we're still talking about -- >> dude, it's the thing everybody is talk about. >> we're talking about talk points. >> dude? first of all, dependent your math right is what many are saying. it's 20 months ago. and then way too long for those
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family to be too long without those killed that at day. sort of a dismisssive tone which has a lot of people up in arms about not getting answers. >> watching these hearings, this is what we've been talking about. this is what the country has been zero not guilty on. this is what's happening during the day. this is why michael morell says televise my testimony live and . >> because this week and the reason tommy was there was to talk about this memo that suddenly popped up after judicial watch sued the administration. keep in mind, the u.s. congress was told here is a complete set of all the e-mail from the white house pertaining to benghazi. it wasn't in there. people wanted to know why wasn't it in will. it looks to some in congress as if -- that's the memo right there -- why didn't congress gets that? it looks to some as if the white house was, in addition to conspiring to change the story
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from it was terrorism to it's all about the video, to a conspiracy. let's keep this away from congress. what's interesting, though, with tommy vitor who appeared with bret, we got some answers that we hadn't heard before. >> where was the president? >> exactly right. so many people have said where was the president that night? was he in the situation room? finally tommy does answer that and the answer is troubleing. >> i don't know. but let's talk about what actually happened with the attack is there was sort of one phase of the attack, a long period of calm, followed by another. let me give you a sense of what we were thinking that day. we didn't notice that the ambassador was dead until late that evening. >> but he was missing. >> absolutely. we were unbelievably nervous about his safety as well as others at that facility. we had witnessed a series of protests throughout the world, where millions of people
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literally were taking to the streets, overrunning our embassy in cairo because of this video. there were individuals quoted on the scene that night saying -- >> that was the wrong sound bite cued up. >> interesting. >> right. it was interesting and bret went for 15 or 16 minutes with him talk being it. but that was where he was talking about just the atmospherics at the time of 9-11 where there were all these demonstrations going on around the world and so when people are talking about, this thing right here, it's all about benghazi. he says no, it wasn't benghazi. it was cut and pasted from something from the c.i.a. >> where was the president? his answer, in the white house. he wasn't in the situation room, bret said? no. at when point in the evening he was constantly. any point in the evening? it is well-known when the attack was first briefed him, he was in the oval office, he was updated
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constantly. >> we have this photo from the white house in the oval office. so we knew that happened here. >> there is the chief of staff. >> exactly. the situation room is where major connections, decisions can be made. so everyone is wondering why the president wasn't there. a way to expedite movement if there needs to be an action taken. not there. he can't recall where he is and he, according to his twitter, he seemed as though he knew he was going to be going to see bret. when you look at tommy's tweet, it says, guessing bret baier inviting me to come on "special report" to talk benghazi as a #throwbackthursday, saying since it happened in 2012. but down in. did you just hashtag the death of four americans, one of which happens to be our american ambassador there? why would you hashtag that casually? does that bother you out there? let us know. >> so you have the national security counsel spokesperson in the situation room, but the
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president of the united states is not in the situation room. remember that very famous iconic photograph of the night the bin laden raid went down, may 1 three years ago yesterday? i believe that was in the situation room. we all think a when things are hitting the fan, they're all in the situation room. tommy vitor revealed the president of the united states, on the night our u.s. ambassador was killed, the president didn't even show up in the situation room. that's unusual. >> he talks to hillary clinton about 10:00 o'clock to ask the question. where is he? and tommy answers, i don't know. i don't have a tracking device on him in his residence. but you were in the situation room and he wasn't there? he said yes, he was in the white house. and the president was not in the situation room? not in the room i was in. >> so what -- what the president did the night of 9-11-2012, he
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spoke for an hour with the israeli president and talked to hillary clinton and shortly after the president talked to hillary clinton, i believe around 10:00 o'clock that night, she issued the -- the state department issued a statement that essentially blamed what had happened on the video. >> right. >> so it started right there. and they continued to push the video story, even though the federal government knew almost immediately it was terrorism. keep in mind, seven weeks away from a reelection campaign and that's the way it all wound up. >> you got to wonder if you're better off making decisions in a place that you can instantly have those decisions honored and knowing they could have maybe gotten military assets there in eight hours. >> why politics has taken such a fronts row instead of protection of troops and the safety and lives of those there. >> reelection. >> that's right. >> heather in and out has the other news.
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>> thank you very much. good morning. police say in minnesota, he wanted to kill as many people as possible. we're learning more about a teen-ager who is accused of plotting to kill his entire family and blow up his school just like the killers in columbine. police stopped him, 17-year-old john lad you are e in his tracks, thanks to a neighbor who saw him near storage units he was renting and seemed suspicious. >> he shut the door and he thought looked funny 'cause normally we see people come, it doesn't take ten minutes. >> it's a good thing she called it in because inside that storage units, people found three bombs, guns, ammunition. at his house they found journal that showed he looked up to the columbine shooters. in arizona, three executives of the veterans hospital in phoenix are on leave after 40
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patients died when they very likely should have lived. the suspensions include the hospital director, the associate director, and a third person who hasn't been named yet. that hospital is accused of keeping a secret list of patients waiting for care in order to hide delays in the v.a.'s treatment of those patients and also purge a million and a half unfinished medical orders. we'll keep watching this story. incredible new video of that massive sinkhole in baltimore that forced a neighborhood evacuation. take a look. >> no! (screaming). >> can you imagine that, that ground just giving way as those people stood by and watched? a building inspector now has to make sure the homes in the area are safe before people are allowed to go back in. it could take a while now. that sinkhole opened up after 4 hours of rain in maryland. we all know this song, it is an iconic sound of the 1960s,
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bob dylan's "like a rolling stone." ♪ how does it feel ♪ how does it feel ♪ to be on your own >> this is the kind of interesting one because it turns out bob dylan had other lyrics in mind that didn't make the final cut for the song. you can see them here. they're scribbled in pencil there. little example of that. how does it feel, it feels real. how does it feel. shut up and deal. how does it feel? raw deal. the original lyrics are up for auction in june and they could get up to $2 million. how could that? >> that is good. >> if i could give bob dylan some suggestions, lined paper. he seems to write -- >> he's an artist! >> i don't like lined paper.
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according to some it's been a wild week had if comes to media bias. from the rambles of two democratic congressmen and outrageous comments from john kerry. for example -- >> apartheid state? how did the major networks cover secretary kerry and other big stories like that? joining us to weigh in is boston herald columnist. apartheid state. that is major news. how is it covered? >> i cannot believe the major media networks have not covered that and given it more attention. secretary of state kerry's remarks were deeply owe financessive and inflammatory, if not outrageous and israelis
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and the jewish comment are really upset about it. clearly it's going to impact negatively the israeli-palestinian peace negotiations. >> we covered it. cbs covered 30 seconds. nbc and abc avoided it. not a big deal. you look overseas in the israeli newspapers throughout the middle east, it was a huge deal. now let's move on and talk about another major story that took place. everyone is talking about donald sterling and we all reacted to that. what about benny thompson, a congressman, as well as congressman charlie rangel. listen to their comments and i'll give you the reaction. clarence thomas, this man
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doesn't even like black people. >> i have never seen so many confederate flags that represent groups that are proud of the fact that they call themselves the tea party. >> so some outrageous statements. first, do you think these are big deals? >> they are big deals. the media should have covered it. it's just so wrong for these men to make these inflammatory racial statements. we can't have two sets of rulings here where if you're in the private sector and you're the owner of the clippers and you make inflammatory, hurtful statements you get persecuted and crucified. you get fined millions of dollars, get your team taken away, but yet you're an elected member of congress, you get away with it. that's not right. >> you got no coverage on rangel, zero. zero coverage on benny thompson. by the way, he doubled down with cnn yesterday and said he is an uncle tom, what do you want me
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to say? 165 minutes and 22 seconds on the owner of the clippers. now, on the benghazi e-mails, by any standard, this is huge news. a court case reveals memos when we were told everything has been exposed. the benghazi coverage. let's look. 6 minutes on the benghazi coverage and three seconds on abc, cbn and nbc. your reaction? >> it's outrageous. clearly there is a left wing media bias. if you need proof, look at the way they haven't covered benghazi. benghazi is a huge story. the united states ambassador was brutally murdered, two navy seals and another man. and there has been a massive cover-up. now the smoking gun e-mail has surfaced, which ties the white house to the lie of the video. this is huge news. every media outlet should be covering it. >> what's interesting is i think the press corps understands that. look at chuck todd, jonathon karl and others, they're asking the tough questions and we find out they're not getting on the
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air. good luck with your shore and the herald. thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> coming up straight ahead, can the government take your house to build a road? for what's been hers for nearly 70 years. back in a moment at od, whatever business you're in, that's the business we're in with premium service like one of the best on-time delivery records and a low claims ratio, we do whatever it takes to make your business our business. od. helping the world keep promises.
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homage to great classic actors like buster keaton. there is a really great charlie chaplain moment. my favorite moment is fred astaire moment. there's a great movie from 1951 called "royal wedding" a masterpiece. they pay homage to that. i talked to the leading aren't about that. but before that, i had to ask andrew garfield the most important question of my career. if there is life on other planets, do they have football? that's the really big question i need to know. >> okay. >> so sorry. >> thank you very much. we're out of time. just kidding. go to the sound bite. >> i love the fred astaire moment in the film. >> oh, yeah. >> how did they shoot that?
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>> all right. thank you. our blood boils when we hear hillary clinton say what difference does it make, about the benghazi attacks. but don't even bring it up to nancy pelosi. she's way over it. >> benghazi, benghazi, benghazi. why aren't we talk being something else? >> oh, nancy. i hope you're watching because -- oh, yeah. we're going to tell you why coming up next. >> plus, it's long been debated, should cheerleading be considered a sport? the cheerleaders ready to take on their critics after they got a major victory this week. >> give me an f! give me an o! give me an x! it's fox! ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] a long weekend is just an excuse...
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to many, outrageous to even more. from that to dude, that was like two years ago, who cares? >> ancient history. >> those two things tick add bunch of people off. but it's getting worse. listen to nancy pelosi when she was asked about benghazi. >> benghazi, benghazi, benghazi. why aren't we talking about something else? >> yeah. >> she met with the press yesterday. she's dismisssive of it, has no interest in investigating it or sitting on a panel and getting to the bottom of it. >> sure. could we listen to -- maybe i caught something. can we listen to her say that again? maybe. can we? >> benghazi, benghazi, benghazi. why aren't we talking about something else? >> you know what that kind of reminds me of and luckily thanks to our video editing, i've got this sound bite right here. kind of reminds me of this. >> marsha, marsha, marsha!
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>> that was brilliant. but the fact had this is so easily dismissed, as you alluded to, and just brushed off. what difference does it make? dude, that was about two years ago, who cares? now this, benghazi, benghazi, benghazi. we'll show you what difference it makes. this is sean smith, one of the victims' moms, pat smith. this is why it matters. >> i could picture his face as he was about to die and why didn't our government, our military go in to help him and all the others that were there? nobody cared enough. they were covering their butts for something. i said please, i've got to know what happened. they said they promised that it was a video and if they found out any different, they would get back to me and let me know. they did not get back to me. they just disacknowledged my existence. >> they lied to her face. they said it was all about the video. >> general hamm could answer that. why he has not testified yet, i'd love to know.
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a general yesterday said we should have tried. we did nothing. >> that's right. while nancy pelosi might say benghazi, benghazi, benghazi. the current speaker of the house, john boehner, yesterday said our investigation into the events of that september night is going to continue until this white house owns up to the truth and until these terrorists are brought to justice. >> right. you can run, but can't hide from the truth. >> i don't even know what's going on with that investigation. there was one question, i don't know what's going on, and next question. who did it? who perpetrated it. the "new york times" said the guy having a mimosa next week talk being it. >> why was the memo changed into a cover-up and why do we not have answers? we're going to stay on this. we're going to turn now to heather nauert. >> hi. good morning. other news to bring you. 36 minutes after the hour. i guess this guy just couldn't wait. a prisoner in oregon climbed a fence and escapes from prison six days before he was set to be
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released and it turns out he's not good at hiding. police found this convicted sex offender at a nearby jack in the box restaurant and he was not going back without a fight. refusing to drop to the ground, eventually this guy surrendered. he's now facing escape charges. if you are going to rob a store, make sure the clerk isn't a former army special forces soldier. watch as a suspect sucker punches the clerk after he tells him to get lost, burr the would be thief is quickly taken down as the fight spills out into the parking lot. one punch, the former soldier has the man hit the pave. to them it's the location. but to this woman, it is her entire life. the city of westfield, indiana, now wants to take away sandra's home to build one of those round about roads. the city is claiming eminent domain, but it's been in the family for 70 years. she says the city's offer to buy
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her out simply wasn't good enough. >> wouldn't sell this for a million dollars. i would have died here. i would have never left this property. >> the city says they are offering a fair market value for the property. the two sides will meet in court for the first time on monday. we'll keep watching that story for you. nasa unveiling a new prototype that looks right out of a movie "tron." remember that one? a movie that brian probable will he liked, the original one. this new suit has been designed for astronauts who will one day colonize mars and it was voted on by the public, one of the coolest features, these glowing lights that can change color so they can tell each other apart. the final version of the suit will be ready for testing in november. those are your headlines. let's go outside to brian and elisabeth. >> from the side lines of the
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center stage to the debate over whether cheerlead something a sport, back flipped its way into the spotlight after new york deemed it a sport earlier this week. but should it be, these are members of the 2014 ucla champions, rocky points eagles cheerleading. congratulations. >> thank you so much. >> were you excited when you heard it was officially sport? >> yeah. it deserved to be a sport. >> tell me your routine. how long and how hard do you ladies work? >> we work really hard. we train all season just for a two minute and 30 second routine so we run, we condition on the offseason. then we have practices every day and we train like really, really hard to get this routine solid. >> what's it like to be national champs? >> the best feeling. >> what do you think separates you? >> i think our ability. we train really hard with something and we want to be perfect with it. >> is there any way we could see you in action? >> we would love to see some of
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this. >> how many people are cheer nog in college? >> about six out here. ready? you ready to spring into action? >> yes. >> pun intended. cue the music. >> will you go to prom with me? >> no pressure. >> wow. frank, send us an e-mail, a tweet, something. are you on facebook? let her know, quick. look away. [cheering]
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♪ ♪ >> all right! >> wow. that was unbelievable. >> that was fantastic! congratulations. how do you feel now? >> feels great. >> yeah, awesome. the best feeling in the world. >> amazing. what trust to be able to catch one of them. >> give yourselves a round of applause. good job. let them hear you out back. >> thank you. >> congratulations. best of luck to you seniors next year. >> thank you. >> we'll stand by on the prom invite. >> we'll follow up on that. meanwhile, steve, tell us what's coming up next. >> thank you very much. it is a sport and they're good sports. straight ahead, a decorated u.s. marine made a wrong turn into mexico with his legal gun. now he's chained up in a jail in
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>> we're hearing from the mother of the marine. we hard from her this morning with the very latest. >> here is what's going on. in early april is when all this went down. 25-year-old marine reservist andrew got lost while heading to san diego and accidentsally crossed into mexico. mexican border guards searched his truck finding three guns he legally bought here in the united states. he says he thought they would just let him turn around and go back to the united states, but mexican police arrested him and threw him in jail. things got more tense when an inmate threatened to kill him. his mother says the death threat forced him to take matters into his own hands. she was life on "fox & friends" earlier this morning. >> when he called me the next day and told me, mom, i escaped, i said what? and he said, but i was able to get into a safer part of the jail and i feel safer now. they were able to put him into a private cell at that point. now he's chained by all fours, strapped to a cot for 25 days
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now, uncertain of his future and actually feeling hopeless because of the uncertainty. >> his situation is similar to another florida marine veteran named jon hammer. he was held for four months in a mexican border prison in 2012 before pressure from media and lawmakers got him released. meanwhile, the family in florida is fighting for his release. the u.s. consulate says it's doing all it can to insure his safety. we're really think being that family this morning. >> no kidding. thank you very much. 11 minutes before the 207 of the hour. miss frank sinatra, this guy's voice will remind you of the rat pack. ♪ be a lady tonight ♪ luck be a lady >> that guy performs for us next. >> i hope he wears that hat. ♪ ♪ luck be a lady tonight
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network. people don't get sense of the camaraderie and the collegial love really. the 12 years i've been sitting here or coming from a remote location every friday, and the way you came through for this charity, the generosity, brian, steve. roger ailes, bill o'reilly, sean hannity, people came up and gave money to this charity in a way that was so wonderfully life affirming. and the charity is to help the developmentally disabled and the severely autistic and just the way -- i wish that everybody in this country had a relationship with their colleagues and their employer that i have with fox. >> and it will become abundantly clear in a couple of months what geraldo rivera is talking about on another network. but you did put out the word, brian and i showed up on a saturday on our days off and then we showed up maybe on a weekday night, a school night because you needed help. >> i needed help.
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it was really amazing. >> again, the memos will emerge later and we'll find out exactly what happened. we'll talk about a memo that emerged this week causing unbelievable amounts of interest, maybe from other networks for the first time. i want to get your take on tommy vitor's interview with bret baier and what he had to say. this is just a portion of it. >> did you also change attacks to demonstrations in the talking points? >> maybe. i don't really remember. >> you don't remember? >> dude, this was like two years ago. we're still talking about -- >> dude, it is the thing that everybody is talking about. >> we're talking about the process of editing talking points. that's what bureaucrats do. >> dudes. >> dudes. yesterday was the third anniversary of the announcement of the death of osama bin laden. it should have been the day we were celebrating. this was the most -- i was fortunate, god blessed me that i was on the air live when the announcement came down that we had finally gotten the terror
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mastermind that killed so many of our friends and neighbors here in new york and washington and in that field in pennsylvania. the narrative from that day on, from the day three years ago that we got the terror mastermind, the president's narrative was, osama bin laden is dead. general motors is alive. it was a triumphant narrative that he intended to carry to the reelection campaign in 2012. so what happened? a year and a half after this great victory, bin laden being killed, we had a terrorist attack in libya that was contrary to the president's triumphant narrative. it flew in the face of his strongest argument for reelection, that he has been strong on terror. there was and this fellow, the sleazy and gratuitously fellow and his colleagues spun the events, they twisted the events that happened in benghazi to fit
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the narrative. they could not admit it was a successful terrorist attack that took down the ambassador and his three colleagues because that flew in the face of the president's triumphant narrative and his march to reelection. so they spun it. here in my opinion, is where we faltered. we should have concentrated on two things. why did we have such a light footprints in such a volatile country to begin with? where was the security? i almost got killed in benghazi. >> we watched it on the air. >> and i know these militia. they turn on their mother in a heart bet. these are people with no character, no morals, that today their motivation is islam. tomorrow it's money, weapons, whatever it is. we should have had a much stronger footprints there. the second thing that we should have concentratessed on -- >> we're going to get to the second thing. >> why didn't we have appropriate security there? >> these are all good points. we're going to continue the
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today. liberty mutual insurance -- responsibility. what's your policy? good morning. it's friday, may 2, 2014. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. he was the guy inside the situation room while terrorists were killing americans in benghazi. but just don't ask him for any of those details. >> maybe, i don't really remember. >> you don't remember? >> dude, this was like two years ago. >> dude, it does matter. i can't believe you were really a spokesperson. >> did you park your car in the street last night? imagine if you woke up to this. >> oh, my god! >> dude, where is my car? brand-new video of the terrifying moments the earth seemed to open up. >> thanks, ashton. and it made pippa middleton a
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world wide name. but is her famous backside a fake? a fake? you heard me! but i repeats it anyway. mornings on friday, final hour are better with friends. >> the following takes place between 8:00 a.m. and 9 a.m events occur in real time. >> that's right. "24" is back. he's going to be in london. coming up later this hour, khloe, crean left will be with be live. in the meantime, geraldo rivera joins us live. we got a couple of bonus minutes with you. >> i was going to investigate that issue you posed in the tease with pippa, if you want know probe -- >> what's the matter with you? he's been off for a couple of months.
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>> inappropriate verb. >> i trust to you get to the bottom of that. >> whoa! >> don't make him the butt of your jokes. >> on a different note, you left us off with the one thing that we should have focused on and you want to give us the second thing we should focus on when it comes to benghazi. >> the spinning. there is three phases. pre, during and post. the preand post are where we as a news organization should have focused like a laser after the second. but i'll get to that. lack of security. why did we have such a light footprint and risking an ambassador and his life? the fact that he was killed and his colleagues killed, evidence -- go to the spinning. what happened after? clearly this memo and others like it corroborate the fact that this white house intent on maintaining the triumphant narrative that the president successfully killed osama bin
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laden and quashed al-qaeda, he was marching to reelection. he spun this. this was a failure in terms of security. he covered it up in many ways and spun this narrative that he had succeeded. if you play lieutenant colonel ralph peters' sound from last night on bill o'reilly, that will set up where i believe we fell short. >> all right. then let's run it. >> i can tell from you personal experience, bill, that at state there is a hard core lefty cadre who looks at our military as a bunch of blue collar -- >> but even if that's true -- >> come on, bill. give me 15 seconds. in a case like this, the military would have wanted to go. the white house would have said stand down. that will still come up because look. >> that would be huge. >> the rule is this, even if you do not think there is one chance
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in hell you can rescue those americans, you try. you try. you go after it. >> you have to try. that's when the air force colonel said -- general said yesterday. >> admiral mike mullen appointed by president bush, says there was no military assets available. i have investigated this from the air force assets to the special forces in tripoli and in italy and in other places. whatever was available in our fleet resources, there was no u.s. forces that could have intervened. there was no gunship available as the myth suggested. there was no stand down order given by concentrating on the -- the military is not the swat team. they're not the fire department. >> they could have buzzed them with a drone. >> doesn't it go back to the first paints that they should have paid attention -- >> i don't know. all i know is that when you, for instance, look at how we rescue the guy from the mirsk boston
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marathon or how we go into the camps in somalia, these are precisely planned, daylight operations largely. they involve three days of intense comprehensive -- we have never, as far as i know, never mounted a rescue operation in the time parameters we had here. >> so you don't think we should be focusing on this? >> i think it weakens our real argument that the president is a spinner and a hypocrite and that the president and the state department under hillary clinton failed to adequately secure the facility. that's my frustration. we have an issue that is vital, important issue and by putting, for example, the families of the four who fell and make it about why didn't the military try to save my child, we divert and dilute the real argument. >> there is a strong argument. the only thing i will say it the military is not built on scripts. they're built on reacting to reality. that's what every war is that you've witnessed more than anybody else. they have an air base in italy donald rumsfeld has said. admiral mullen, if you read
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gates' book, president bush and gates had a huge problem with him going off and saying things that they didn't feel were true. he's leading this investigation. you have a brig dear general saying i could have helped. i should have tried. these guys get dead bodies out of battlefields. they go back later. >> i have been with so many fallen and wounded g.i.s from afghanistan 12 times, iraq 12 times, somalia, i have a lot of african experience. if the jets had scrambled, they would have had to jetison their tanks at night, go to a situation that they could have been taken down. that mission was a suicide mission, it could not have happened. the president spun to win an election. he did. hillary clinton did not have adequate security. but to maintain the myth that we could have saved those live, i think we dilute our argument. >> your argument about the spinning is absolutely points on
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and -- >> i'm so happy to be back. >> so glad. >> now heather with the headlines. >> a real crisis was averted in minnesota. this kid wanted to kill as many people as possible, according to police. this morning we're learning more about the teen-ager who is accused of plotting to kill his entire family and blow up his school just like the killers in columbine. police in minnesota song the 17-year-old in his tracks thanks to a neighbor who saw him near a storage units that he was renting and thought he seemed suspicious. >> he shut the door and i thought it looked funny 'cause normally we see people come here and didn't take ten months to open up the storage shed. that's why i called it in. >> she called police. good thing because inside that storage unit, cops found three bombs, guns and also ammunition. they witness to his house and also found journals that showed
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how he had looked up to the columbine shooters. incredible video coming out of that massive sinkhole in baltimore that forced an entire neighborhood to evacuate. look at this. >> oh, my god! >> can you imagine how frightening that would be, not knowing if you were going to be next to go down that little cliff there? a building inspector now has to take a look at the area nearby to make sure the homes are actually safe before people are allowed back in. the sinkhole opened up after 24 hours of rain in maryland. here is a story for the guys. it might be that teacher that made pippa middleton a household name, her famous backside. but is it a fake? there is a french royal expert who is claiming that kate middleton's little sister wore a fake butt to the wedding. she served as maid of honor.
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you saw her backside a whole lot right there. this lady is saying that it was an optical illusion because pippa knew the entire world would be watching her, because they have those pad butt things. >> where do you buy throws? >> all kinds of stores. >> there is like fake butt stores? >> i just bring my own backside. >> heather, thank you. >> see you later. >> we have a clue which is coming up next. >> it's time to place your bets. the 140th annual kentucky derby. >> the derby is more than just fast horses and big hats and strong cocktails. it's also about great southern cooking and somebody who knows a lot about that, she was raised on it, ainsley earhart. >> that's right. good to be back in the south with my peeps this morning. hello to everyone at home. here with two chefs, you probably recognize this face from top chef, edward lee. and then we're here with david danielson, the executive chef of churchill downs. lots of pressure this weekend on you. >> we got a lot of people coming
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through here. but it's a fabulous weekend, the weather is beautiful. >> tell us what folks can buy when they're inside of the concession stands? >> some great new items. in our grand stand, we've got a little sweet tea marinaded chicken with a kentucky glaze. then this fabulous pork kabobs, bourbon peach barbecue. our version of a -- a salad for millionaire's row. our take on cornbread. bread pudding. >> i go to a lot of sporting events, nothing is this good. it's like hot dogs and hamburgers and pretzels. >> it's a great day. our expectations are high. >> edward, you're preparing some of the food for the vips. >> for the highly vips. >> we're not welcome there. he was telling me earlier. what are some of the meals? >> these are things you can find at my restaurant. i'm also giving a sample or two
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to some of the guests. lamb, braised lamb with grits. our specialties foie gra. salad with corn relish and breakfast tacos for the early risers. >> that's great. if you live in the area, go visit one of his restaurants in louisville. real quickly, guys in the studio, this is the drink that's popular today called the lily. >> it was invented for us. cranberry, triple sec. >> it's pink because we're honoring all the survivors of breast cancer. that's why i have pink. tomorrow is the derby. you know what that drink is. >> mint julep! >> very good. >> ainsley earhart. >> we'll be drinking a lot of those tomorrow. >> indeed. thank you very much. looks delicious. it's the story we've been telling you about. our veterans left to die because of a secret waiting list.
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now we're learning more, this could be just the tip of the iceberg. peter johnson, jr. with that coming up next. then the joke is on them. dozens of students take their senior prank way too far. and go to jail. ♪ ♪ chico's effortless shirt. play in it. work in it. go wild in it. do everything but wrinkle in it. the perfect fitting no-iron effortless shirt in 4 styles and 31 colors and prints. visit the shirt boutique, only at chico's and chicos.com.
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the secretary of veterans affairs finally taking action putting three officials at the phoenix v.a., including its director, on administrative leave until further notice over allegations of keeping vets on a secret waiting list. and perhaps 40 died waiting. but there may be more trouble ahead for the v.a.
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a new report revealing more than a million and a half vet appointments vanished since last may with no way of knowing if the patients actually got any treatment. where is the accountability? peter johnson, jr. joins us with it. peter, 1.5 million cases vanished. >> in this culture of death and disability that the federal government and the white house and the v.a. seems to tolerate with regard to veterans, now they've lost or destroyed 1.5 million consult records. so they said, we had a back log, we're going to figure it out. they figured out about 350,000 of them. they said, but we can't find another million plus. >> the rest of them, they -- >> now we're finding outs there was a policy they would cancel so-called unfulfilled consults. on continue of that, the general accounting office of the government has come up with disturbing figures.
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as an example, let's look at this. some consults with your stomach, you're trying to find colon cancer, at one facility, 30% of the vets had an average weight of 140 to 200 days. 140 to 200 days. with regard to physical therapy consults, which are so important for disabled veterans, 40% of the vets had an average wait of 108 to 152 days. >> you're supposed to get the physical therapy right away. >> absolutely. at this point, there are 319,000, almost 320,000 pending claims for disability compensation and benefits pending over 125 days. >> it sounds like if this 1.5 million of these medical record things just disappeared, it sounds like what the government is trying to do is just cook the books, make it look like hey, look at our efficiency rate, it's so much better. >> obviously the inspector
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general is looking at it. i've said the u.s. attorney should be looking at it. there is an issue with destruction of federal records. where, when, how, why? we know there were two lists in phoenix, the treated and untreated. we know people died as a result. the issue becomes, is this a culture where death, disabilities and pain and suffering are tolerated by the white house and the federal government? so you look at benghazi and then look at the veterans and you say, do we really care about those who are serving and those who are dying without treatment? they're book ends really in a story of tragedy, of untold proportion. this is going forward. we're going to learn more and more and unfortunately, we're going to uncover more and more deaths across the country. >> where is the leadership? peter johnson, jr., thank you very much. >> have a good weekend. >> you, too. very troubling. coming up, after two years apart, a vet and his dog are about to be reunited.
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but after so much time, will the dog actually recognize his master? stay tuned and find out. then he's being called the "modern modern day frank sinatra. ♪ luck be a lady tonight >> that guy joins us live next. ♪ ♪
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quick headlines now. all about the trouble with schools. senior prank goes way too far. new jersey, more than 60 students arrested after cops say they broke into their own school, their high school, and trashed the place. here is some of the damage.
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vaseline on door knobs. taped hot dogs to lockers and from pranks to pot. students in iowa were under arrest for trying to make marijuana-laced cookies in home ec class. they mixed it into the dough for the next day. officials learned of the scheme before anyone ate any of them. >> talk about doing your work ahead of time. ♪ lady tonight ♪ luck be a lady tonight >> his voice is going to remind you of the rat pack, singer matt goss has dazzled las vegas audiences and now moving beyond caesar's palace and releasing his first cd "life you imagined." we're ready to bring you his new song "strong".
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♪ oh, yeah ♪ the unknown of every day ♪ you amaze me yeah ♪ to the hurt, to the lies ♪ to the journey, to the prize ♪ that's what made me yeah ♪ and i felt pain ♪ and greatness ♪ the deepest pride and even shame ♪ ♪ and i've been lost and found ♪ i fell apart ♪ it feels good to be strong ♪ oh, yeah ♪ like i'm rolling rolling on ♪ as only a fool knows
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♪ everything ♪ it needs to be now ♪ 'cause kindness is king ♪ that is the power ♪ it feels good to be strong ♪ like a river rolling rolling on ♪ ♪ yeah it feels good to be strong ♪ ♪ oh, lord ♪ and i will never walk alone ♪ it feels to be strong ♪ strong
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>> wow. >> very nice. there he is right there. matt goss. coming up straight ahead, he was inside the situation room in the white house during the benghazi attack. but don't ask him for details, dude. chris wallace on that next. and in case you missed it, one of the cheerleaders we just had on asked her boyfriend to prom. check it out. >> frank, will you go to prom with me? >> no pressure, frank. that promposal. will he say yes? frank, he's joining us next. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> oh, really? so you asked on tv. you asked frank to the prom. joining us on the phone right now is frank shula. good morning to you. when you saw ashley, your girlfriend since eighth grade, ask about the promposal, what did you think? >> i was shocked and i was really happy. >> really? >> so we need an answer. >> yes, i'll go to prom with her. >> all right! >> that's something to cheer about. >> it definitely is. i'm so happy. i was so nervous trying to find a we to ask him because last year he asked me in a really cute way. so i wanted to top it. >> what was the cute way last year. >> he put prom, like with a question mark in christmas lights on the floor and then like bought me up to the roof and had his cousin turn them on. >> that's all right. this is so much better. anyone can do that. >> yeah. definitely tops it. >> they'll be home by 1:00 o'clock.
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>> 1:00 o'clock? >> on the bus, right? >> yeah. >> have a fun night, frank and ashley. congratulations. >> thank you. >> while we're at it, girls, anybody else need a prom date while we're at it? we'll work on that. >> all right. very nice. chris wallis joins us right now from his post in washington, d.c did you go to the prom back in the day? >> i was just thinking about it. i went to an all boys high school. >> answer the question. >> not much of an option. >> okay. >> lot of pressure now. >> a lot of the old boys high school in this area, they ask the all girls schools nearby for dates. >> you know, that would have been a good idea. i should have thought of that. >> but it wasn't your responsibilities. but it was your responsibility yesterday, trying to keep up
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with the testimony on capitol hill, as well as an interview in your very building as bret baier sat down with tommy vietor on "special report." i want to you hear this sound bite and get your candid response. >> did you also change attacks to demonstrations in the talking points? >> maybe. i don't really remember. >> you don't remember? >> dude, this was like two years ago. we're still talking about -- >> dude, it is the thing that everybody is talking about. >> we're talking about the process of editing talking points. that's what bureaucrats do all day long. >> have you ever heard that type of casual response? what is your response to his response dude? >> honestly, i laughed. i thought it was kind of a real moment. i don't think he was trying to be disrespectsful. i think he was reacting the way he did. but look, the significance of the talking points, without getting into did you change this word to that word or whatever, the significance of the talking points is that when susan rice came out and told me and all the other sunday talk show hosts her line that this was all in
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response to a video and then it turned out that wasn't true, the white house absolutely, firmly maintained for the last year and a half that they had nothing to do with sending out these talking points that, this all came from the c.i.a., so it was nonpolitical. now we know as a result of this freedom of information lawsuit that they were forced to put this information out, that there was a set of talking points, a separate set of talking tonight's that came from a top white house advisor, there it is. ben rhodes, the deputy security advisor. this was on the friday above -- before she appeared and it was filled with talking points. but to say it was the result of an internet video, not the result of a broader failure of policy that, is a direct talking point and in the height of the presidential campaign to say that it was the video, it wasn't, because of problems with the administration policy and it wasn't because of al-qaeda was
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regenerating inside libya. that obviously would have been a very explosive revelation in the heart and the heat of the presidential campaign. >> overall, the tone here, when you hear dude, it happened over two years ago, mixed it with, what difference does it make, mix it with nancy pelosi's recent comments of benghazi, benghazi, benghazi, this sort of cavalier approach and callousness is the message that's being sent. so we can talk all we want about the message in the talking points memo switched around, but ultimately do you think the message is they just don't care? four people died. >> i don't think it's that they don't care. i think it's a political problem and they're trying to manage a political problem. look, they certainly care, although having said that, the fact that people who killed these four americans have never been brought to justice, but despite the protestations of president obama and then secretary of state clinton is deeply troubling and given the fact that one of the people that was said to be a ringleader was
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doing interviewsviews with media groups in benghazi, but somehow we couldn't find them, i find that troubling. >> no kidding. also very troubling is -- and people have been trying to get an answer for this for 20 months. where was the president the night of the attacks? last night with bret baier, tommy vietor revealed that while he, tommy, the pr guy, he was in the situation room, the president was not. listen. >> was the president in the situation room? >> no. >> where was the president? >> in the white house. >> he wants in the situation room? >> at what points in the evening? >> any point in the evening. >> it's well-known when the attack was first briefed to him, he was in the oval office and he was updated constantly. >> then when hillary clinton talks to him by phone at 10:00 p.m., he's where? >> i don't know. i don't have the tracking device on him in the residence. >> but you were in the situation room and he wasn't there. >> yes. >> so the pr guy was in the situation room.
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the president of the united states was not. i think it's one of those things americans think when it's hitting the fan and there is an attack somewhere in the united states, they always rush to the situation room, but in this case, he never showed up. >> yeah. it's troubling. i remember some months ago asking one of the president's senior advisors and he couldn't account for where the president was. again, it doesn't really matter. look, if he's in the oval office, he's just as keyed in as he is if he's in the situation room, if he's in the residence -- >> it doesn't matter, tellurous it was. >> let me finish. but the question is, how deeply involved was he? we still have not gotten a full accounting of that. what makes it so interesting is that when there is a success, when it was the bin laden raid, we have pictures. we had minute by minute ticktocks of where the president was. but when it's a terrible failure like this, suddenly the president is -- we don't know where he is. it's a mystery and they don't really want to pin down how involved he was.
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more importantly than where he was is the fact that the secretary of defense, leon panetta, said he never spoke to the president after 4:00 o'clock in the afternoon. that i find very disturbing. >> especially what could he possibly be telling hillary clinton at 10:00 o'clock that night if he wants talking to his defense secretary before? and then we heart brigadierrñ?ññ general. it -- here the general. what's on your show? >> we're talking with kelly ayotte, the republican senator from new hampshire, who has been one of the people calling for a select committee, and adam shift of the house intelligence committee. it will be very interesting to hear what they have to say. and we're going to see they're going to talk about the economy because we got first quarter gdp and it was nonexistents. the growth, 1%. former head of ubs with 32 advisors. >> very good.
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we thank you very much. we're going to be watching you on sunday. >> thank you, guys. >> sorry about that prom. >> he's happily married now. it all worked out. >> there is a lot of pressure now. >> i don't think he's over it. we'll discuss it in the break. hey, heather. >> did a girl ever say no to you to the prom? >> apparently so. >> a lot of controversy. >> all right. i'll move on. got some news. a decorated u.s. marine who served two combat tours in afghanistan is now chained up in a mexican prison. last month marine reservist andrew got lost while he was driving in san diego and he actually crossed the border into mexico. what they found in his truck, three legal guns. a mexican official arrested him. his mom joined us earlier to talk about this. she says his military training has saved him. >> i know that the marine corps trained him well and i know that when he was put in that extreme
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levi -- extremely violent situation, his life was threatened and by the grace of god he was able to escape and get into a safer part of the jail. >> the u.s. consulate says it's doing all it can to ensure his safety. new report out this morning, donald sterling is now battling prostate cancer. this as we've learned that his racist recording may have been leaked to tmz by a friend of his ex-girlfriend. also in the wake of this scandal, the head of the l.a. chapter of the naacp resigned. he came under fire for that decision to give sterling a lifetime achievement award for promoting civil rights. here is a nice story. they served together in iraq, hunting for road side bombs. but when jason beaus retired two years ago, he had to leave his military dog behind and this is the nice part. now the two are back together.
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okay that. is sela jumping into his arms at the airport in chicago. how sweet is that? listen to this. >> no one could work with this dog, but me. i don't understand why she wants to be with me. maybe it's my inflection or personalities. >> how sweet is that? they're now headed back to the army sergeant's home in michigan. congratulations. those are your headlines. >> they never forget. they just never forgets. >> they don't. coming up, the monthly jobs report just released. nicole petallides live in the new york stock exchange to analyze. >> that's her live. plus, she's a world class hacker who has taken down terrorists on the hit show "24". the show is coming back and khloe is here with a preview. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] legalzoom has helped start over 1 million businesses.
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we are back with a fox news alert. the labor department released its monthly jobs report. nicole petallides joining us live from the new york stock exchange with those numbers. good morning. >> good morning. so we got our numbers in here for april. they're look good. you have 288,000 jobs added. the unemployment rate dropped to 6.3%. there is so much that goes into this report. so the number of jobs added beat the street. that ultimately is good news. when you see the unemployment rate drop to 6.3%, that seems like good news. however, the labor force participation rate, this number
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represents people who are looking for work or are employed and what happened was that now it's 62.8%. that is the lowest level since 1978. what does it tell you? it tells you americans are frustrated. they are discouraged. they stopped looking for work. where did you see the strength in the numbers? we did see construction. that has some growth. manufacturing had some growth. some of the traders are worried that maybe the number is slightly inflated because the government was -- bureau of labor statistics was guessing some people just became entrepreneurs. i'm going to have to look into that part of it. but the futures market looking a little higher for the market. you have pfizer, that's a big news story. linkedin. and the ukraine, that crisis there continues to intensify. that's something the traders keep a close eye on. >> all right.
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linkedin and open table, something a lot of people use. we'll watch the street today. thank you very much. >> thank you. angela merkel is saying, my corporations like adidas and others o'clock they want me to stop with the russian sanctions. >> i wonder if when angela merkel is in the united states, if she uses open table. >> i'm not really sure. >> i don't know either. >> i knee she's on linkedin. >> coming up. she's world class hacker who has taken down terrorists and saved the world on the hit show "24". but can khloe hack brian's computer. >> there is time. >> hold on! thank goodness. >> sweating it. >> khloe is in the house! >> what happened to tully? >> first, we are going too check in with bill hemmer for what is coming up at the top of the hour. >> that was written into the show, wasn't it? >> yes, absolutely. >> 'cause we're running out of time! >> happy friday. great show this morning. breaking news in all places. benghazi right now. there has been an attack in that
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city. details shortly. speaker boehner wants john kerry to testify about those benghazi e-mails. what happens there. who has a role in obamacare and paid? new numbers on that today. three years since bin laden was killed. why is al-qaeda growing at a rapid rate? we'll see you in ten minutes on a friday and his mandarin [speaking mandarin] xieúxieú, hou chiú but like up to 90% of americans, jim falls short in getting important nutrients from food alone. making jim more like us. add one a day multivitamins, rich in key nutrients you may need.
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>> some kind of multi channel override system. ten modules. you were right, jack. the system can commande, r up to ten u.s. drone. >> the show wrapped up fewer years ago with jack bower as now
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a fugitive from justice. but the show is ready for a comeback. >> that's right. the 9ist season promising to deliver just as much action as the original. and mary lynn rasco joins us now. what was your reaction when you herod it was coming back? >> i was completely shocked. i had moved on with life. it was a good long -- i spent the first two years after we wrapped thinking the movie was going to happen because everyone was talking about it. that never happened. i moved on. i started doing stand-up comedy and they announced "24". i said okay, we'll put that away and let's get serious again. >> during your comedy routine, mething on "24"? >> of course. >> how could you not? >> i have to. >> did you do 23? >> because people love the show. >> i'm totally stealing that one. >> in the upcoming episodes on
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fox, it's set in london because -- it's interesting because jack bower, now an outsider, last time we saw, he was going down the train tracks and orants government, too. >> yes. they started in a really interesting place. jack bower is very questionable right now. has he gone to the dark side? he may or may not be plotting to kill the president. tune in to find out. my character works for a organization similar to wikileaks giving out government secrets and i've become very disillusioned with the government and i've suffered a personal tragedy. so i'm very tattooed and pierced and lots of black eye radio inner. >> really? what happened to you? >> yeah. >> 12 hours, we're going to see it first. 12 episodes. >> yes. >> how can you have 12? >> i know. let's all take a breath. >> right. >> try not to think about it. it still feels the same in terms
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of the timing, counting down the clock. it's 24 hours, but we're fudging the time a little bit. >> don't we all? >> don't we all? >> so the way it works now, you're still shooting the episodes, even though it's about to start on fox, you don't know how it ends, right? >> i don't. i still don't know, is my character going to live or not? i have no idea. >> should be interesting. >> yeah. >> because people love when you they see you in an airport or come up during your comedy routine, what do they say? >> they call me khloe. they think they're jack bower. i have to break it to them gently, i'm really bad at computers. i like kittens and dogs. >> you solved brian's issue at our break. >> you know, i can use aggression when i need to. >> wait a minute. you're khloe from "24". you're supposed to be great at it. you're bad at computers? >> i'm really bad at computers. my line that i say all the time
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which is absolutely true, when all the crap is hitting the fan, really what i'm doing is typing affirmations on the computer. like it was really pretty today. really good job acting. >> that's fantastic. so the new season starts very shortly on fox, right? >> yes. >> may 5? >> yes. thank you. >> everyone will be there watching. >> mary lynn, stick around, will you? >> sure. >> we want you to work on our computer. >> let me get involved. >> she's going to type, she is pretty, 300 times. ♪ ♪ ♪
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trip. join us. >> and we've got the latest from the rocky point cheerleading squad. ladies, give yourselves a round of applause! >> congratulations. >> stick around for the after the show show. and the cheerleaders, can they mix? there has been another deadly attack in benghazi. armed militants opening fire in a libyan security headquarters killing at least six. that violence comes as to republicans call for john kerry to testify on the attack that left four americans dead. martha: there is a new fire store today o -- anew firestorme house reaction to military commanders in what a